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expected approach clearance (EAC)

An expression used in radio communications to indicate the time at which arriving aircraft should be cleared to begin the approach for a landing. Also known as EAT, or expected approach time.
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Caption: Fig 1b amplification of selected genes at amplification temperatures 60[degrees]C Lane 1: SD81 (103 bp); Lane 2: STK17B (136 bp); Lane 3: RPS6KB2 (105 bp); Lane 4: MCL1 (244 bp); Lane 5 NFATC (104 bp); Lane 6 IFNG (51 bp); Lane 7 CXCR3 (101); Lane 8: CCL1 (152 bp); Lane 9: CD81 (284 bp) M: 100 bp ladder
Our study shows that MCL1 is required for normal cardiac function and that the protein may be critical in protecting the heart from apoptosis," Joseph Opferman, Ph.
7) In childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), resistance to glucocorticoids (which induce leukemia cell death or apoptosis) and high levels of expression of the anti-apoptotic MCL1, are predictive of a poor prognosis.
Lead MCL1 often is selected by nurses as a substitute for lead VI, a superior lead for distinguishing ventricular arrhythmias.